Mapping Multisampled Instruments in Logic Pro’s Sampler: step-by-step

Mapping Multisampled Instruments in Logic Pro’s Sampler: step-by-step:

If there’s one word that sums up Apple’s revised look at sampling in Logic Pro X it would be immediacy. Certainly, from our previous workshops on Auto Sampler and Quick Sampler (in MT212 and MT211, respectively) it’s clear than a range of sample-based tasked are now quicker and easier to achieve – whether that’s time-slicing a drum loop or sampling hardware and software synths. One of the principle ways Apple has achieved this immediacy is by differentiating the various roles of their sample-based plug-ins – Quick Sampler, for example, is specifically limited to single samples, or time-sliced loops, whereas Auto Sampler is specifically designed for the task of sample recording. But where does that leave the re-built EXS24, now known as Sampler?